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PH55 "lawn boy" porta- heater need parts

I need a fuel filter that screws into the tank and both airfilters.

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  • franciamone Feb 03, 2009

    Steve, did Portable Heater Parts have what you needed? I checked out their website and it looks as if they don't sell to the general public. I'm also looking for a Lawn-Boy ph55 fuel filter. Frank

  • ShopGrrrl May 11, 2010

    Just wanted to say thanks so much for the 800 #. I needed parts for our Lawn Boy heater, too & tried everywhere but now finally found what I need!

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Lawn Boy sent me an 800 number for the company they sold the heater line to.

800-362-6951 portable heater parts. I have not called yet to find out if they will have qhat I need. Will call tomorrow, Tuesday.

Steve

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